Montauk Club

Founded in 1889, the Montauk’s Brooklyn Club House was inspired by a palace on Venice’s Grand Canal and its gothic architecture, carved mahogany woodwork, and beautiful stained glass windows remain its signature features. At the time of its opening, the Montauk Club was considered to be downright radical in admitting Protestants, Catholics, and Jews, as well as Democrats and Republicans. Today, the club continues to honour the spirit in which it was founded by striving to be an open, inclusive place for people of goodwill to gather and socialize.

Global Community

Century membership not only includes access to our club in Soho, but also opens doors to over 50 clubs around the world.

New York
Montauk Club
New York
National Arts Club
New York
The Players
San Francisco
Wingtip
Los Angeles
Griffin Club
Vancouver
Vancouver Club
Toronto
The Albany Club
Houston
55 Seventy
Manchester
Club Brass
Paris
St. James' Club
Dublin
Lambay Club
Madrid
Club Matador
Barcelona
Círculo Del Liceo
Athens
Island Club
Budapest
Brody House
Luxembourg
House 17
Amsterdam
A'DAM&Co
Munich
Hearthouse
Stockholm
Alma
Rome
Circulo Antico
Hyderabad
The Quorum
Mumbai
The Quorum
Gurgaon
The Quorum
Singapore
1880
Singapore
The Tower Club
Mumbai
The A Club
Mumbai
The Indus Club
Shanghai
Kee Club
Beirut
Le Yacht Club
Dubai
Capital Club
Hong Kong
Artyzen Club
Melbourne
Candela Nuevo